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Udecott CEO: Extensive work already done
A temporary roof for the South Chamber of the Red House will be put up next Wednesday, Udecott has stated. Udecott yesterday gave an update on the refurbishment project on the Red House as the second session of Parliament neared an end. Parliament corporate communications officer, Jason Elcock, said Udecott, the project’s executing agency was best placed to comment on the status.
Chief executive officer of Udecott Jearlean John on Thursday said extensive work had been done. She added: “We’ve been going through the drawings and doing a survey of dilapidated areas.” Further details on the status of work to date on the Red House were supplied by Udecott’s public relations division. Main work so far has been on the temporary roof structure for the South Chamber and link.
Udecott said the construction of the roof is scheduled to commence on Wednesday. All foundation works were completed. Work is also ongoing for the fabrication of structural steel members for the roof structure. Main structural steel members are being delivered to site, Udecott stated.
General cleaning up and preparation works are ongoing for Wednesday’s roof work. Another aspect of the work involves main roof works. Udecott stated that negotiation of the Contract Terms and Conditions are ongoing between Udecott and the contractor for the restart of the roofing works.
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